Investment Pact With Japan Next Week
Economy, Domestic Economy

Investment Pact With Japan Next Week

Japan and Iran are expected to sign a bilateral investment treaty next week. Japan’s Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and Iranian Economic Affairs and Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia will sign the pact during a ceremony in Japan, Japan’s largest English-language newspaper The Japan Times reported. Tayyebnia, expected to visit Japan for three days from Wednesday, is scheduled to deliver a speech at an investment seminar to be hosted by the Japan External Trade Organization on February 5. The Japanese government lifted its economic sanctions against Iran on January 22. Tokyo aims to win the approval of the country’s bicameral legislature Diet for the investment pact during its ongoing ordinary session.

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